Last updated: 21 January 2020
My research areas are Systemic Functional Linguistics, (multimodal) discourse analysis, college English teaching and news media development in China in online environments.
Recent publications, projects and conference paper:
He, J. (2019). Two-layer reading positions in comments on online news discourse about China. Discourse & Communication, 13(5), 473–496. https://doi.org/10.1177/1750481319856206
He, J. (2018). The Follow-up English Course Construction based on Multimodal Appraisal Theory. Journal of Jimei University：vol. 19(02):82-88.
He, J. (2016). Construction of Appraisal Meanings in Multimodal Speech
Discourse. Journal of Zhejiang Sci-tech University (Social Sciences Edition): vol. 36(3):272-278.
He, J. (2016). What Makes ‘hehe’ a Hurting Expression on the Internet: An Interpretative analysis Based on Appraisal. Journal of Lingnan Normal University: vol. 37(1): 96-99.
The Intersemiotic Interpersonal Interactions in Multimodal College English Teaching, 2017(Funded by Fujian Provincial Department of Education Research Grant, project No: JAS170226).
Modeling Teachers’ Engagement Meanings in Multimodal Teaching Environment, 2016 (Funded by Jimei University Research Grant, project No: JY16051).
"Divergent values and reading positions in multimodal news discourse" in 2018 Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association Conference, the University of South Australia, Sep 26-28, Adelaide.